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```148       XIII    INTEGRATION

(f)   Suppose that X is compact and ju,(X) = 1. Consider a sequence (an) of ft-integrable
functions such that liman(x) =f(x) almost everywhere. Suppose moreover that there

n-»-oo

exists a /z-integrable function G ^ 0 such that \gn\ ^ G almost everywhere, for each
integer n. Show that under these conditions the sequence

converges almost everywhere to/*(*). (Reduce to the case/= 0. For each e e ]0, 1[,
there exists 8 > 0 such that, for each ^-integrable subset B of X satisfying ^(B) <J 8,

* we have     G d^ <£ e2 (13.15.5). Next, there exists an integer m such that the set Ae
of points xeX satisfying

sup \gn(x)\ <.e2

has measure p,(Ae) ^1—8. Let Gfi be the function which is equal to e2 on Ae and to
G on X — As; then for n ^> m and all x e X, we may write

- "Z *(«*(*))

n k = o

nL

^t

Deduce from (c) that the set of points x e X such that

lim sup

- !>*(«*(*))

has measure g

13. Let X be a locally compact space, ju a positive measure on X, and u: X -> X a con-
tinuous mapping such that, for each /z-negligibJe set N, the set //""'(N) is /-i-negligible.
A measurable real-valued function / on X is said to be ^-invariant with respect to
uiff°u and/are equal almost everywhere (relative to ft). A /^-measurable subset
A of X is said to be ^-invariant with respect to u if its characteristic function is /x-
invariant with respect to u.

(a)    For a measurable function/to be ^-invariant with respect to u, it is necessary
and sufficient that, for each rational number r, the set of points x e X such that
f(x) ^ r should be ^-invariant with respect to u. (To show that the condition is
sufficient, consider the set of points x e X such that/(*/(#)) ^f(x),)

(b)    From now on, suppose that u is proper and the measure ^-invariant with respect
to u (i.e., U(IJL) = /j). The mapping u is said to be ergodic with respect to /u. (or /x is
ergodic with respect to u) if the only ju-measurable functions which are ^-invariant
with respect to u are constant almost everywhere. Then, for every /^-integrable function
/on X, the function

/*(*) = lim

/I"-1           \

!im  -Z/VW)

~fco\/Z *=0               /

is constant almost everywhere. If X is compact, the value of the constant is
f I /(*) dju(x)j//u(X). Conversely, if X is compact and if/* is constant almost every-
where, for every /^.-integrable function /, then u is ergodic.educe to the case /2> 0, and
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